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Salem students propose drone to monitor algae blooms at Detroit Lake

CLOSE Flying a drone requires common sense and following local and federal guidelines. Statesman Journal Detroit Lake was infected last summer with a harmful algae bloom, contaminating Salem’s main drinking water source and leaving tens of thousands without clean water for weeks. To prevent it from happening again, a team of South Salem High …

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Partnership aims to help New Mexico tribe monitor its land

A Native American community in northern New Mexico will soon get help from solar-powered drones to monitor its vast land holdings from above. Under a new partnership with Santa Fe-based Wildflower International, unmanned aerial systems made by Albuquerque-based Silent Falcon UAS Technologies will assist Pojoaque Pueblo in managing its roaming …

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Agency uses drones to monitor gas patches | Western Colorado

Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission staff are turning to the use of drones to bolster field inspection, reclamation and environmental protection work. Ten staff members have received training on U.S. Federal Aviation Administration rules and received certification from that agency as remote pilots for drones, according to the agency’s …

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This Indian city gets medical drones to monitor patients in ICUs

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Using Drones to Monitor Peatlands

Nowadays, both the sub-alpine and alpine peatlands in Australia are constrained to poorly drained areas. If you are new to the concept of peatlands, they are basically wetlands with low mineral content as well as an organic soil layer of at least 30 cm depth. Since they maintain a low …

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Drones Help Monitor Biomass Density, Carbon Stock, Make Forest Protection Pay

Drones are being used to monitor green cover or actually the carbon dioxide (CO2) stored in trees to help prevent deforestation and protect these carbon stocks by several agencies across the globe. Now drones will help countries receive monetary incentives for green cover protection. According to a report by Steve …

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